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Re: Delayed kick off for forced job

Hi Daniel, Thank you for elaborating on SAP configuration. Ashok Vaidya On Thu, Jul 20, 2017 at 8:51 PM, Daniel Companeetz dcompane@... ... -- Ashok
Ashok Vaidya
Jul 20
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Re: Delayed kick off for forced job

Hi Daniel, I appreciate the information. We are currently using version 8 and will be moving to 9 in October. Thank you! From: Control-X@yahoogroups.com
Vaughn, Brian (OMA-GIS)
Jul 20
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Re: Delayed kick off for forced job

Hi Brian! Which version of Control-M for SAP are you using? And which version in general are you at? With the latest releases (CM for SAP v9), there are a few
Daniel Companeetz
Jul 20
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Re: Delayed kick off for forced job

Hi Katrina, thank you for the input. The snapshot you included actually didn’t come through. Any chance you could sending it directly to me at
Vaughn, Brian (OMA-GIS)
Jul 20
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Re: Delayed kick off for forced job

Thank you for the feedback Ashok. I’ll describe my situation the best I can without having a great bit of knowledge on the SAP side. I just take care of
Vaughn, Brian (OMA-GIS)
Jul 20
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Re: Delayed kick off for forced job

​Hi ​Brian, Adding a post-proc or a pre-proc ( BTW, these are build in job parameters ) to allow jobs to sleep is a good temporary solution. However, What
Ashok Vaidya
Jul 19
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Re: Delayed kick off for forced job

Hi Brian Not sure but if job 1 finds the file then job 2 is going to wait 1 hour before starting then job 3 is going to wait 1 hour after job 2 completes then
    Dolgner, Gregory
    Jul 19
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    Re: Delayed kick off for forced job

    Brian,  You could use a command to run the sleep command which stops the need to manage batch files?  Or use an embedded script? I believe what you want
    Robert Steele
    Jul 19
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    22926

    Re: Delayed kick off for forced job

    Brian, You can use a pre-execution sleep command on jobs 2, 3, and 4.  This is an example we use on a Windows box.  For Linux/Unix, you don't need the
    Katrina
    Jul 19
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    Re: Delayed kick off for forced job

    For job2 I would put a sleep commandfor 60 minute  Sent via the Samsung Galaxy S7 active, an AT&T 4G LTE smartphone ...   You could put a pause / wait
    shanceyj
    Jul 19
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    Re: Delayed kick off for forced job

    Thanks Robert. Outside of the filewatch job, the rest are SAP R3 jobs so there isn’t a script or batch file it is running. I have considered creating a
    Vaughn, Brian (OMA-GIS)
    Jul 19
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    Re: Delayed kick off for forced job

    You could put a pause / wait command in the script.  Or instead of ordering in job2 etc you could CTMCreate one with a starting of in an hour.  You could
    Robert Steele
    Jul 19
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    Delayed kick off for forced job

    Good morning, I have a question I wonder if anyone has run across. I have a scenario that there is a filewatch that runs every 15 minutes looking for a file.
    Vaughn, Brian (OMA-GIS)
    Jul 19
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    22921

    AFT Question On Move of Source File

    In AFT v8 we show a "MOVE" option now for the source file after the send. Anyone using that and can share the format needed to make it work on a UNIX system?
    Steve.Knapp@...
    May 26
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    22920

    Re: Setting Variables

    Hi George, are converting Month of the years ? if so look my old post on forum group . if you unable to locate please send me an email. Ashok Vaidya On Wed,
    Ashok Vaidya
    Mar 29
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